Whether you have already returned to the office or are still preparing for your return, know that STANLEY Security will be there to provide an access control system that helps protect your employees. The most basic access control function is to block people or cars that are not allowed to enter an area. This can be any sensitive area of the entrance door, garage, office, office building, hospital, hotel, etc. You can also use door access control systems to track when employees come to the door. Basic access control systems generally have only one access control card reader, access control power supply and maglock or electric bolt lock.
Vanderbilt offers high-quality hardware that meets industry standards for access control systems, with smart door readers and encrypted smart cards. Vanderbilt is our choice as the best system for companies with multiple locations. The system is specially designed for larger companies with multiple locations, with support for unlimited cardholders and centralized administration.
For example, within a hospital or doctor’s office, accounting data requires some sort of level of safety, while regulated drugs require a much higher level. They can also be activated by an electronic controller outside the building and work with card readers or other types of access control devices. Maglock systems start at $ 599 for a full one-door magnetic locking set from Cobra up to $ 2,499 for the KIT of the Cobra Controls ACP-4T four-door automated access control system. Costs will vary depending on the level of sophistication required for each location. Most companies use a combination of lock hardware types to take into account the required level of security at each door. This is because network access control systems provide excellent statistics.
A comprehensive review of the access control system should also cover installation methods. However, a system with standard wiring and abundant input / output options offers a future-proof installation in case you need to make updates in the future. The last thing you want is to make your company vulnerable to a security breach because the implementation of your access control door access control system takes longer than expected. When budgeting your access control hardware, choose the best access control system that supports the number of inputs you need to protect. For example, if you have a shop with a front and back door, you don’t need an expensive 8-door control plate. A unique door controller like Openpath’s would be a better and more cost effective solution.
Often the interface platform is available in a mobile application that can be logged in and operated from a smartphone. If the database indicates that the reference has the correct rights, you will have access to the area. This access is permitted by sending an output signal to the door access control components to free the door lock. In the case of fail-safe locks, access is granted by pausing the electric current in the lock, allowing it to free itself.
Login details vary by system, so you can choose from biometrics, access cards, keyboards and more. The beauty of access control systems, unlike issuing real keys to open physical locks, is the ability to indicate which references which doors can open and disable access at any time. It is too easy to lose or steal a physical key, which requires physical changes in the door lock that are quite expensive. If the system is connected to a control panel, make sure it is installed in a safe location that remains locked at all times. IP systems are easier to configure, generally only need Ethernet connections to your company’s network instead of serial connections to multiple control panels.
Physical access control is any mechanism by which a user interacts to access a building, such as a door lock, keyboard or card reader. Physical access control may also include biometric readers, RFID scanners or fob controls. Your physical access control systems must be safe and adaptable to the changing needs of your company. Johnson Controls offers a complete security system with multiple emergency, monitoring and management integrations.